Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Download links and information about Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Jerry Goldsmith. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 41:54 minutes.
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|4.||A Busy Man||4:39|
|5.||Open the Gates||2:59|
|6.||An Angry God||6:55|
|7.||Let's Get Out of Here||5:12|
|9.||Life Is a Dream||3:56|
|10.||The Moon's a Window to Heaven (Performed & Arranged By Hiroshima)||3:59|
A decade after first boarding the Starship Enterprise with his classic Star Trek: The Motion Picture score, composer Jerry Goldsmith returns to the franchise for its ill-fated fifth outing, directed by star William Shatner. Goldsmith seamlessly expands his earlier score with a series of lush new themes that communicate both the cosmos-spanning drama and the humanism of the Star Trek mythos. Entries like "A Busy Man" and "Life Is a Dream" marshal dynamic brass, ethereal strings, and interstellar electronic elements to strikingly evoke the larger-than-life scale of creator Gene Roddenberry's vision. But like the film, Goldsmith's score suffers from been-there-done-that malaise. For all of its complexity and craft, Star Trek V doesn't reinvent Goldsmith's earlier soundtrack so much as it refines it.